Dublin to Saint-Malo
September 13 – 20, 2020
13 September 2020 – Dublin, Ireland
The Irish capital stretches along the banks of the Liffey to Dublin bay, on the East coast of Ireland. Discover Ireland’s warm conviviality in the pedestrian district of Temple Bar. Its cobbled streets are brimming with fabulous shops, pubs and art centers. Next to Trinity College, famous for its 18th century library, you can stroll along Grafton Street: in one of its famous tea shops, try a delicious scone and clotted cream served hot and melt-in-the-mouth with jam.
14 September 2020 – Portrush
Established on the site of an old fishing village in the far north of the island, Portrush is a seaside resort that has been very fashionable since Victorian times. It was built along a peninsular edged by two magnificent golden sandy beaches that have been developed for walking and cycling.
15 September 2020 – Killybegs
A gateway to the city of Donegal. Be captivated by its sheer cliffs, deserted sandy beaches, breathtaking scenery and welcoming pubs.
16 September 2020 – Galway
A real immersion into the heart of Gaelic culture and our gateway to the famous Connemara region. Built at the mouth of the Corrib on in the West, Galway is one of the liveliest towns in the country. The cobbled streets in its historical centre offer plenty of designer boutiques, artists’ studios and bohemian cafés.
17 September 2020 – Kinsale
Discover the charming city of Cork, Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral and the famous Blarney Castle, and kiss the Blarney Stone! Or pay a visit to the Old Jameson distillery which will take you right to the heart of the cherished whiskey making tradition.
18 September 2020 – Penzance
The gateway to Cornwall, on the south-western tip of England, Penzance, whose Cornish name Pen Sans means “holy headland”, is sure to captivate you with its charm. This seaside town with white-sand beaches is brimming with history.
19 September 2020 – Sailing along Jurassic Coast
Spend the day at sea sailing past one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites while enjoying a wine seminar and tasting with our host Gary Eberle.
19 September 2020 – Poole/Stonehenge
The village of Beaulieu houses the magnificent ruins of the Beaulieu Abbey, founded in 1204 by Cistercian monks and is also home to the beautiful National Automobile Museum: an unparalleled collection of vehicles ranging from the world’s first cars and motorcycles to incredibly powerful modern vehicles.
From Poole experience something magical, mysterious and truly magnificent: Stonehenge.
Departure 19/09/2020 early evening.
The cité Corsaire or city of privateers. This captivating walled city is where our trip will end.The fortifications stand as testimony to the Malouins’ determination to defend their citadel, fought over by France and Britain in turn. Immerse yourself in the diversity of its heritage: the time when privateers sailed the oceans in search of trade and victories; the legendary yacht races the port city is still famous for, such as the Route du Rhum; and the final resting place of the French writer François-René de Chateaubriand, who was born here and chose to be buried here.
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